When you move into a new rental property, it’s important to do a walkthrough with your landlord before you move anything. Sometimes your new landlord will schedule a move-in inspection with you, sometimes they will just tell you to do it on your own. Either way, your inspection will be the baseline for how the property is judged when you eventually move out. This rental inspection checklist will help you get an idea of how to inspect your new home before you move in.
Apartment decorating can be frustrating due to the limitation’s that renters face. Since renters don’t own the apartment, they don’t have the freedom to do what they want with the space. Simple restrictions prevent renters from freely expressing themselves in the design of their home.
Everyone dreads the packing portion of a move. Things always get damaged, broken, and lost. It’s a long process that takes even longer if you don’t know how to stay organized. Here are 30 packing tips for moving that will make moving a breeze.
When you get a lease, whether it’s your first or tenth, some of the terms you read might be new to you. This list takes you through some of the most misunderstood words and phrases that can be found on a basic rental agreement. It’s important to understand what you are agreeing to BEFORE you sign on the dotted line.
The month leading up to a move creates a handful of stress for most people. What those people don’t know is that stress is unnecessary. An organized move limits complications and headaches. Organization is the key to a seamless move. I’ve created this list to help you tackle everything that needs to be done in the month leading up to the big step. If you follow this month before moving checklist, your move should be simple.